Alegre Agís, Elisa, B.Sc; M.Sc.
Elisa is a doctoral student in the Department of Anthropology and Communication at the Rovira i Virgili University (URV). She holds a Bachelors in Social and Cultural Anthropology (2012) and a Master's Degree in Medical Anthropology and International Health (2014) from URV, and received her Social Worker degree at the University of Valencia (2009). Since 2013, she has worked as a researcher in various research projects on Health, Mental Health and Youth and for different entities such as the Borja Bioethics Institute and the Official College of Social Work of Catalonia. Currently, she is developing her doctoral thesis on severe mental disorders and healing within the domestic space. In 2015 she received the Santander Ibero-America at the Institute of Anthropological Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires.
Claudia María Anleu Hernández, Ph.D.
Claudia María Anleu Hernández holds a PhD in Migrations and Social Mediation (Universitat Rovira i Virgili, 2015), a Master's in Social Psychology and Political Violence (San Carlos de Guatemala University, USAC, 2004), a Master's in Migration and Social Mediation (URV, 2010), and a degree in Social Work (Universidad Rafael Landívar, Guatemala, 2001). She taught Social Work at Universidad Rafael Landívar for four years (1998-2001) and was a guest lecturer on the Master's in Social Psychology and Political Violence at USAC School of Psychology in Guatemala. She has been an adjunct lecturer at the URV since 2014.
Allué Martínez, Marta, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Marta holds a Bachelors in Geography and History from the University of Barcelona (1979), a Masters in Medical Anthropology from Rovira i Virgili University (1994-96), and has a Doctorate in Social and Cultural Anthropology (URV, 2001). She is a member of the Association for the Right to Die with Dignity (DMD-Catalunya and KREAMICS), and the Associació d'afectats per cremades de Catalunya. Additionally, Marta is an author of Amores lejanos. Historias de parejas transnacionales (with Jordi Roca, 2016), Perder la Piel (1996), El paciente inquieto. Los servicios de atención médica y la ciutadania (2013) i La piel curtida (2008).
Araüna i Baró, Nuria, M.Sc.
Nuria has a doctorate in Communication from the Rovira i Virgili University, a Masters in Creative Documentary and is a member of the ASTERISC Research Group. She has participated in research projects devoted to the study of cultural identities in audiovisual representations, and in particular, gender and sexual and affective relationships. Nuria also specializes in teen audiences regarding the use of digital media. Currently, she participates in an R & D Project: Memories in second grade: post-commemoration of the Civil War, Francoism and Democratic Transition in Spanish contemporary society, and directs the project 'LINE on games'. She is the representative of the young European researchers (YECREA) within the Gender and Communication section of of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA).
Apud Peláez, Ismael Eduardo M.Sc.
Ismael is a PhD student in Anthropology and Communication at the Rovira i Virgili University. He holds a Masters in Methodology for Scientific Research from the Universidad Nacional de Lanús (Argentina) and a Degree in Psychology and Social Anthropology, both from the University of the Republic (Uruguay). Ismael is researcher at the National Researchers' System of the National Agency for Research and Innovation (Uruguay). His research interests are in: mental health, addiction, religion and spiritual practices.
Barceló Prats, Josep, Ph.D.
Josep holds a Diploma in Podiatry from the University of Barcelona (2002) and in Nursing from the Rovira i Virgili University of Tarragona (2006). He obtained his Masters degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology (2008) and his Doctorate in Anthropology at the URV (2014). Since 2009 he has been a professor and researcher in the Department of Nursing at URV. He centers his studies on the history of the Healthcare Institutions in Catalonia through the analysis of their meanings. In 2014 the Uriach Foundation 1838 awarded him with the XLV Prize for the History of Medicine for the work entitled "The Merging Process in the City of Tarragona (1464)". In 2015 he won The Tarragonan Prize Lucius Licinius Sura Research Fellowship from the Tarragonan Local Council for the publication of his book Local power, government and public assistance: the Hospital de Sant Pau and Santa Tecla de Tarragona. He is currently a member of the Advanced Nursing Research Group (SGR1030).
Bekele, Deborah, M.Sc.
Deborah is an anthropologist and epidemiologist with 10 years of experience in transnational and international research projects that involve qualitative and quantitative approaches and analysis. Her professional work and experience have allowed her to apply different approaches, critiques and interpretations that help to improve the value and applicability of the results of the investigation to the relevant sample population, as well as to the great world population. Deborah finds great pleasure in interacting with professionals from various academic and philosophical experiences and approaches, and always seeks to involve different perspectives in the research dialogue. Her doctorate is focused on masculinity and prostate and testicular cancer.
Brigidi, Serena, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Serena received her Doctorate in Anthropology of Medicine from URV 2009. Her thesis focused on migration and mental health, which received an honorable mention of the Marqués de Lozoya Cultural Research Prize (2010). She received her Bachelors in Pedagogy (Università degli Studi di Genova, Italy, 2001). Currently she is a professor and researcher at the Department of Social Sciences and Welfare in the University of Vic and a collaborating professor at the Sant Pau Nursing School at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, as well as the Co-Founder of the MATER research group: Observatory of contemporary maternity and paternity.
Casadó i Marín, Lina, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Lina is an Anthropologist and Nurse. She holds a Masters in Medical Anthropology and Doctorate in Anthropology from Rovira i Virgili University. Since 2003 she has participated in different projects on health, nutrition and the body. She has been visiting professor at the Department of Anthropology at the University of Durham in the United Kingdom and visiting researcher at The Amsterdam School for Social Science Research (ASSR) at the Universiteit van Amsterdam. She is currently a professor in the Nursing Department of the URV.
Chirinos Medina, Carlos, M.Sc,
Carlos is a graduate in Social Anthropologist graduate from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (2010), and holds a Masters in Medical Anthropology and International Health (2015) from Rovira i Virgili University. He is a PhD student in Anthropology and Communication at URV. Since 2008, he participated in various studies related to social policies in education and health in contexts of social inequality, as well as local studies concerning family relationships and childcare in mainly rural areas of the Andes and the Peruvian jungle. His research these is on senior caregivers in situations of illness and disability during marriage in Spain. Carlos is also interested in food and its processes of acculturation.
Cirera Serrallonga, Eva
Eva is a Physiotherapist at the Neurological Stimulation Unit (UEN), and is a member of the Group of Aquatic Therapy and coordinator of the Commission of Neurology. at the College of Physiotherapists of Catalonia. She acts as the interlocutor of the Interest Group of Osona and Ripollès of the College of Physiotherapists of Catalonia. She received her doctorate in Anthropology and Communication by the URV, and Postgraduate degree in Neurology, and a Masters in Medical Anthropology and International Health. She is trained in Basale Stimulation®, Affolter, Halliwick concept, Neuromuscular Embossing, and Kinaesthetics.
Comas D'Argemir, Dolors, Ph.D.
PhD by the Univ. of Barcelona (1978). Postdoctoral stays at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Socials and Laboratoire d'Antropologie Social (Paris, 1984), and at Goldsmiths College (London, 1991). Researcher in several projects funded by public and private institutions. Recently, she gave a doctoral course at Univ. of Buenos Aires (Argentina) and was visiting professor at Goldsmiths College and at Birkbeck College (London). Enrolled in politics between 1995 and 2012, as councillor in local Council of Tarragona, deputy in the Catalan Parliament and elected member of Audiovisual Council of Catalonia. She is currently the president of Nou Horitzons Foundation.
Comelles Esteban, Josep Maria, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Josep is a professor of Anthropology in Tarragona, since 1977. Emeritus Professor since 2015, he hold a doctorate in Anthropology (EHESS, Paris) and a doctor in Medicine (UB). Graduate in Philosophy and Arts (Psychology, UB) and specialist in Psychiatry. He has been a guest lecturer at the universities of Paris X (Nanterre), Lumière Lyon 2, Amsterdam, Perugia, Buenos Aires and CIESAS (Mexico City). His fields of specialty are medical anthropology and the history of science (anthropology, medicine and psychiatry), with a radius reserved for the Romeria del Rocio in Andalusia. At the URV, he was the founder of the Master in Medical Anthropology and International Health (2006-2014) and a doctorate in Medical Anthropology (1994-2000). He has also been the first director of the Medical Anthropology Research Center, MARC.
Correa-Urquiza Vidal Freyre, Martín, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Martin received his Doctorate in Medical Anthropology from the URV in 2010. He holds a Degree in Communications Sciences (Universidad de Buenos Aires, 1997), a Masters in Public Opinion (FLACSO, 1998), and another Masters in Social and Cultural Anthropology (UAB, 2005). Currently he is an Associate Professor at the URV, co-director and coordinator of the Postgraduate in Collective Mental Health (FURV-FCCSM) and a consultant at the Open University of Catalonia (UOC). He has carried out research in the field of health, mental health and community communication. He is the founder and general coordinator of the socio-cultural Radio Nikosia Association. In addition to belonging to the Social Anthropology Research Group (URV), he is coordinator of the Research Group on Anthropology of Bogeria, from the Catalan Institute of Anthropology.
Cuadrada, Coral, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Coral is professor of Historiography, Archivism, Medieval History and History of Women at URV and the Interuniversity Masters Degree in Women, Gender and Citizenship Studies. She was co-founder, in 1989, of gender, race, ethnicity, and class (GRÊC )Multidisciplinary Research Group, and later held the role of Coordinator from 2004 to 2009, and co-authored the website. Coral is a researcher-founder of the MARC and research group, Magenta. Currently she is PI of the research group For Love in the City Feminist Studies. In the past she has worked on Research and Developing and Innovation (RD&I) projects as PI, lectured at Conferences, Seminars, and Workshops, whilst also publishing and writing several books on themes surrounding gender, feminism, and the history of medicine.
Deusdad, Blanca, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Blanca received her Doctorate in Sociology (UB, 2002), with a Degree in Geography and History, and specialization in cultural anthropology (UB, 1989). Received a Fulbright postdoctoral scholar at Univ. of Boston and Harvard in 2003, recipient of the XII Batec Prize for Educational Research and Innovation, with the Immigrants in schools in 2009. Since 2009, Blanca has been Professor. She is editor of the Special Issue Journal of Social Service Research (2016) on aging and economic crisis, and coordinator of the Interuniversity Master's Degree in Medical Anthropology and Global Health, since 2016. She has participated in the COST Action IS1102 Social Services, Welfare State and Places (2011-2016) project, as well as a researcher on the COST Action IS1402 Ageism Project, a multi-national interdisciplinary perspective. She is a member of the Housing Chair and of the UNESCO Chair of the Mediterranean Intercultural Dialogue, of the URV.
DiGiacomo, Susan, M.A.; Ph.D.
Susan received her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Massachusetts, USA in 1985. Since then, she has trained in medical anthropology thanks to a postdoc in the Department of Social Medicine and Global Health of the Faculty of Medicine at Harvard University. Susan specializes in cultural studies of biomedicine, specifically the survival of cancer, narratives of illness and self-narration, and more recently, the discomfort and mental health of adolescents. Her research activity stands out for the realization of ethnographic fieldwork, both in Catalonia and in the United States
Farré Coma, Jordi, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Jordi is an Associate Professor of Communication Studies at URV. His research interests are focused on the study of the processes and practices of risk communication, with special emphasis on trust, risk governance and the perception of risk as a whole. He is the author of several books and articles, including Theory of Risk Communication co-authored with Juan Luis Gonzalo. Jordi has also been the PI of two consecutive projects funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology (SEJ2004-00892) and (SEJ2007 63095) and has participated in the 7th EU Framework Program (KBBE-2009-3-245124. Benefit / risk perception and communication in the food chain). He is currently the director of the ASTERISC Communication Research Group.
Gonzalo Iglesia, Juan Luis, Ph.D.
Juan Luis is a lecturer at the Department of Communication Studies of the URV. His doctoral thesis focused on risk communication. He is the author of several books and articles, and co-authored with Jordi Farré 'Theory of Risk Communication'. Currently Juan Luis is a member of the ASTERISC Communication Research Group.
Gracia Arnaiz, Mabel,M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Mabel holds a Doctorate in Geography and History, Urban Anthropology from the University of Barcelona (1994). She is an accredited university profesor by ANECA (2013), has been a researcher and visiting professor, among others, at the Edgar Morin Center (CNRS, Paris), Center for Investigations and Higher Studies in Social Anthropology (CIESAS, Mexico); and Visiting Fellow at Durham University (UK) and at the Food Studies Center of SOAS, University of London (UK). She has coordinated several R&D projects and has done fieldwork in Spain and Mexico on "food modernity". Mabel has held various academic management positions at the URV and currently is its Director of the Department of Anthropology, Philosophy.
Guix, Joan, Ph.D.
Joan is Professor Honorem in the Department of Basic Medical Sciences at URV, and a research member of the Pere Virgili Health Research Institute (Health and the Environment). He received his Doctorate in Medicine from URV (2004), specialization in General and Digestive Surgery (MIR-1981) in Preventive Medicine and Public Health (2003), and Master en Public Health (UB-1991). Joan has held various positions in medical care management in the field of Public Health. He was associate professor of the Department of Basic Medical Sciences at the URV until 2016, and of Epidemiology for the Interuniversity Masters in Medical Anthropology and Global Health (MAMSIg) (2006 to 2015). He is currently Secretary of Public Health of the Department of Health for the Government of the Generalitat de Catalunya, as well as visiting professor of the Masters in Public Health at the UPF, and the Master's in Public and Social Policies of the Pompeu Fabra-Johns Hopkins University University.
Lozano Monterrubio, Natalia, M.Sc.
Is a Doctor of Communication with an international mention by the Rovira i Virgili University (2015). Bachelor of Public Relations and Public Relations (URV 2008), Master in International Public Relations (Cardiff University 2010) and Master's in Secondary School Teacher Training (URV 2016). His research focuses on online public relations, food communication, tourism brands and gamification. He has participated in the FoodRisC project funded by the European Union on food security, EYTO granted by the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers on the promotion of healthy lifestyles among adolescents, COMTUR on the influence of social media in the decision making of tourism of the MICINN and the project Aula de Juegos Bridge awarded by the ICE-URV to introduce board games in educational centers as tools for the teaching of transversal skills.
Martínez Hernáez, Àngel, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Angel received his Doctorate in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Barcelona (1994). In 2012 he received university accreditation as professor from ANECA. He has taken different academic positions at URV, and held the position of Director in the Department of Anthropology, Philosophy and Social work from 2012 to 2016. He has been a visiting professor, professor/researcher, among others roles, at the UB, the University of California at Berkeley, the National Autonomous University of Mexico, the University of Perugia Studies and several universities in Brazil. He currently acts as as advisor, expert and evaluator of different public bodies, among which are the World Health Organization-Regional Office for Europe and the VI EU Framework Program. He has published more than 100 articles and book chapters, as well as different books.
Martorell Poveda, Maria Antònia, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Maria Antonia is a nurse and anthropologist. Sher received her Doctorate in Medical Anthropology from the Rovira i Virgili University (2009). Currently she is Associate Professor in the Department of Nursing at the URV and coordinator of the University's Ibero-American Nursing Network (RIE) and has been a researcher and visiting professor at the Center for Research and Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology (CIESAS, Mexico City), Department of Anthropology of the Autonomous University of Morelos State (Cuernavaca, Mexico), and at the Institute of Health Coletiva, Federal University of Bahia (Salvador, Bahia, Brazil). Her main line of work is developed around the socio-cultural study of dementia, with special emphasis on Alzheimer's disease. Her recently published the book Memories of the Heart: experiences, practices and social representations of family caregivers of people with Alzheimer's disease. Editorial Group 5, 2015.
Moragas Fernández, Carlota, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Carlota is a Doctoral student in the Department of Anthropology and Communication, and works as Managing Editor of the Catalan Journal of Communication and Cultural Studies. She received her Bachelors degree in Advertising and Public Relations and in Journalism and her Masters in Strategic Communication in Risk Society, from the University Rovira i Virgili. Her research focuses on the constructive processes of the Catalan and Scotland speeches on Independence, and especially on the role played by the conceptual metaphor and how the interaction facilitated by the 2.0 environment has changed the dynamics of action of the political parties regarding citizenship.
Moreras Palenzuela, Jordi, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Jordi received his Doctorate in Anthropology from URV (2009) and his Masters in Euro-Arab Studies (University of Girona, 1993). From 1995 and 2001 he was coordinator in the area of migration for the Barcelona Center for International Affairs (CIDOB) and, from 2002 and 2003, he was in charge of studies for the Secretariat of Religious Affairs of the Generalitat of Catalonia. He has published eight monographs and several articles in magazines such as The Muslim World, Ethnology Magazine of Catalonia, Archive of Ethnography of Catalonia, International Affairs, Migrations or Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales, among others.
Muela, Joan, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Joan has a MSc in Medical Anthropology from Brunel University (London) and PhD from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He began his research in medical anthropology in the field of international health in Tanzania, with a study on care processes and social vulnerability for child malaria. He currently participates in different research projects, courses, workshops and consultancies with PASS-International, a non-profit organization dedicated to socio-anthropological research in international health projects, of which he is a founding member and researcher.
Pastor Gosalbez, María Inmaculada, Ph.D.
Maria is a full professor of Sociology at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili and since 2007 has been Director of the Equality Observatory. She holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and received the Doctoral Thesis Prize from the Economic and Social Council of Spain in 2006 for her thesis "Private management in Public Administration? The case of hospital health services in Catalonia". At the moment she directs 'G-NET, Equality training network: EU contributions to gender mainstreaming and citizenship of Erasmus + Program. She is also part of the Interuniversity Institute for Women and Gender Studies (iiEDG) of Catalonia. She is an evaluator of different scientific journals and has participated in several national and international congresses with a hundred papers and communications. Inma has also published more than 70 contributions between articles in magazines, books and book chapters.
Prades, Jordi, M.Sc.
Jordi has a Doctorate in Communication (2015 URV extraordinary prize) and is coordinator of the URV / Repsol International Chair of Excellence in Communication. He investigates the processes of communication of risks and benefits in environmental, food and health areas, with special attention to the practices on creation of meanings, public participation, perception and management of conflicts in biosphere reserves and protected natural spaces in Spain, USA and South America. He is a journalist with a Masters degree in Environmental Law with experience in various media and institutional press offices. He has participated in the FoodRisC and EYTO projects, as well as in the METAFPERCOM on metaphors of climate change.
Puig, Carmina, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Carmina holds a PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology (Rovira i Virgili Univ., 2009) with the thesis "Supervision in Social Intervention", Extraordinary Doctorate Award. Bachelor in Psychology (Univ. Ramon Llull, 2000). Postgraduate in Counselling (Univ. Ramon Llull, 2001) and Systemic Coaching (Autonomous Univ. of Barcelona, 2009). Master on Medical Anthropology and International Health (URV, 2007). She collaborates with institutions and associations in social welfare and health programmes, as well as in supervision of professional teams. She has been visiting professor/researcher in many Latin-American universities, as Universidad Nacional of Rosario (Argentina), Univ. Nacional de México or Univ. de la República de Uruguay, among others. She has also been visiting professor in many Spanish universities.
Ramírez Hita, Susana, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Susana holds a PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology at the URV, with specialty in Medical Anthropology (2003). Degree in Social Anthropology (Univ. Nacional de Misiones, Argentina). She works in the field of Medical Anthropology and her most important research has been developed around health conditions of different populations: Gypsies (Spain and France), Quechua Indians (Bolivia) and, currently, Shipibo communities in the Peruvian Amazon. Among her most outstanding books are: Intercultural Health. Criticism and Problematization from the Bolivian Context (ISEAT, La Paz, 2011) and Between Narrow Streets. Gypsies: practices and medical knowledge (Bellaterra, Barcelona, 2007), among others.
Romaní, Oriol, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Oriol holds a Doctorate in History (Cultural Anthropology) from Univeristy of Barcelona (1982). He was director of the Department of Anthropology, Philosophy and Social Work from 2001 to 2004. At URV, he has been coordinator of both the Masters Degree in Medical Anthropology and International Health (2006-2010) and the Interuniversity Master's Degree in Medical Anthropology and Global Health (2012-2016), as well as coordinated the GIA IGIA association (2002-2012), which deals with reflection and interdisciplinary participation on drug addictions. He has been a member of the steering committee of the Interuniversity Master in Youth and Society since its inception (2008/09 academic year). In the field of research, he has been a pioneer in Spain in the use of biographical methodology, as well as in the study of youth groups and drug use. In addition to applied research and studies on health and drugs, he has worked on youth cultures and different aspects of social marginalization. Oriol has collaborated with private and public institutions, especially on issues of drugs and marginalization and a consultant of the European Union for Latin America in different programs (Training of professionals "Cono Sur", 1994-96, Cities and drugs URB-AL, 1997-2000, among others)
Vallverdú Vallverdú, Jaume, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Jaume holds a PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology from Rovira i Virgili University (1997). Since 1999 he has worked the University since 1999, and as a part-time professi at Open Univ. of Catalonia, since 2001. His main research areas of interest are religion and religious movements, as well as politics and social movements. Since 2006, member of the Research Group on Body Anthropology (Milà i Fontanals Institution, CSIC). He has developed research projects in Spain about the Hare Krishna movement, in Mexico about Pentecostal Protestantism and in Brazil about the Movement of Landless. Other projects addressed processes of political-religious conflict, and indigenous movement in Latin America. Current coordinator of the Department's Undergraduate Programme on Anthropology and Human Evolution.
Ventura, Laia, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Laia holds a Bachelors in Psychology (2002) and Social and Cultural Anthropology (2006) from the University of Barcelona. She received her Masters degree with honours, in Medical Anthropology from URV (2010). Since 2004 Laia has participated in different health research and intervention projects, among which were the European Project COHEMI of the 7th Framework Program of the EU and the The Emergence of Obesogenic Societies or Obesity as a Social Problem, funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation. She has carried out research in the field of sexual and reproductive health in Guatemala and where she participated in the "Participatory diagnosis focused on Promotion of Health in the 31 May Community". She has also worked with migrant minors in the National Museum of Anthropology of Madrid, and on different projects of psycho-social intervention and training in the field of prevention of gender violence, affective-sexual health and conflict resolution.
Vidal, Fernando, Ph.D.
Born in Buenos Aires, I received a BA from Harvard University, graduate degrees in psychology and the history and philosophy of science from the Universities of Geneva and Paris, and a Habilitation from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris. I work on the history of the human sciences and the mind/brain sciences from the early modern period to the present. I have been a Guggenheim Fellow, Athena Fellow of the Swiss National Science Foundation, Visiting Scholar at the American Academy in Rome and Harvard University's Department of the History of Science, Fellow at the Brocher Foundation, and Visiting Professor in Buenos Aires, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Mexico and Japan. Before ICREA I was permanent Research Scholar at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin. In 2016 I was elected Associate Member of the Centre Alexandre Koyré-Histoire des sciences et des techniques (Paris) and in 2017 Member of the Academia Europaea. Nowadays, he is a ICREA Researcher.
Zafra Aparici, Eva, M.Sc.; Ph.D.
Eva holds a PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology (Univ. of Barcelona, 2007), a Masters in Medical Anthropology (Rovira i Virgili Univ., URV, 2002) and Bachelors in Social and Cultural Anthropology (URV, 2000). She received her B.S. in Nursing (Univ. of Valencia, 1998). She did residency in the Institute of Nursing and Health Care (Tampere, Finland), Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Xochimilco (Mexico), University of Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Université Moulay Ismail (Morocco). Currently she is Researcher at the Food Observatory (Scientific Park of the University of Barcelona) and Professor in the Rovira i Virgili Univ. since 2006.
Zaragoza, Gras Joana, Ph.D.
Joana holds a PhD in Greek Philology from Univ. of Barcelona. Currently she is Professor of Greek Philology of the URV. Her research interests are: Greek Medicine and Gender Violence in Greece based on literature and mythology. Member of the consolidated research group "Creation and Thinking of Women" (2014 SGR 44). She has translated some of Galen's works into Catalan (URV Publications) and Spanish (ed. Gredos).
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